HOME Projects

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NW HOUSING ALTERNATIVES

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Alma Gardens Apartments
Alma Gardens
Apartments

The Alma Gardens Apartments project will involve the new construction of a forty-five (45) unit transit-oriented rental project for seniors.  Alma Gardens is a mixed-financing Section 202 and 4% Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) project sponsored by Northwest Housing Alternatives.  The sponsor intends to utilize Section 202 development funds and rental assistance/ subsidies that would ensure seniors pay no more than 30% of their income toward rent.  Please take a moment to view NW Housing Alternatives video of the construction process of Alma Gardens. Click here for video 

 

COMMUNITY PARTNERS FOR AFFORDABLE HOUSING

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The Knoll at Tigard
The Knoll
at Tigard
 
Community Partners for Affordable Housing (CPAH) completed The Knoll at Tigard Apartments project in Tigard during this program year as an eligible Community Housing Development Organization (CHDO) set-aside project utilizing a total of $1.5 million in HOME funds.  The project involved the construction of forty-eight units of affordable rental housing for seniors at a site in the City of Tigard's Urban Renewal Area.  After beginning construction in April 2010, the project was fully leased by June 2011 and included project-based Section 8 vouchers for veterans experiencing chronic homelessness.   
 

 

 
 

REACH COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

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Maples I Apartments
Maples I
Apartments

REACH Community Development, Inc. was the sponsor of Maples I Apartments located in the City of Hillsboro.  This was a 30-unit senior rental housing project where the $750,000 in HOME funds were used to rehabilitate the property.  Maples I Apartments had existing Section 202 funding but needed significant upgrades to the roof, siding, interior units and accessibility route improvements.  After negotiating a commitment with Washington County in October 2011, REACH was able to complete its rehabilitation activities in May 2012 with the property fully leased by June 2012.

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